Accelerate paperwork and advance your nonprofit’s work with DocuSign
No matter the size of your nonprofit, many teams are stretched thin and are asked to do more with less. Fundraising, mission delivery and hiring challenges have created more hurdles to overcome. DocuSign can help you free up your resources to focus on what matters most: working on the mission.
More than 2,000 nonprofits depend on DocuSign to work remotely and accelerate their impact. Automating paper-based processes with electronic signatures and digital forms simplifies the management of:
Programs and volunteers
Grants and major giving
HR and tax filings
Help more clients faster
Speed up the intake process to help more people and quickly get funds where they need to go. Use digital participant consent forms, waivers, HIPAA forms or any other agreement to do the most good.
Simplify the experience
Offer donors and volunteers the digital experience they expect with an easy-to-use, mobile-friendly digital process.
Demonstrate regulatory compliance using an automatic time-stamped history of all document and signature activities.
Seattle Opera simplifies performance planning with DocuSign eSignature
Learn how the Seattle Opera reduces the time it takes to complete contracts from a months long process to just a few minutes.
Learn more about DocuSign and why more than 2,000 nonprofits use it to digitize paperwork and accelerate their impact.
FAQs for Nonprofits
The US Federal ESIGN Act defines an "electronic signature" as an electronic sound, symbol, or process, attached to or logically associated with a contract or other record and executed or adopted by a person with the intent to sign the record. Electronic signatures have been used for electronically signing offer letters, sales contracts, permission slips, rental/lease agreements, liability waivers, financial documents, etc. They are legally enforceable in most business and personal transactions in almost every country in the world. Learn more in our eSignature Legality Guide.
With DocuSign eSignature, you can upload documents in formats such as Microsoft Word, PDF, or other common formats. You can upload documents from your computer or popular file-sharing sites like Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive.
Yes, just register for our DocuSign eSignature free trial. Always free to signers, eSignature lets you sign documents from almost anywhere, on most devices.